What Mets fans talk about when not talking about the actual games.
Author: Shannon Shark @metspolice
Shannon Shark is the founder of MetsPolice.com, tweets as @metspolice, is an avid fan of Lee Mazzilli and Daniel Murphy, hates black uniforms and is the author of "Send The Beer Guy" available at Amazon.com. #imwith28
The Mets are Good at Ruining Young Talent The Mets are really good at ruining young talent. We can take the best prospects and dash their hopes and dreams with the best of them. Besides Jose Reyes and David Wright can you name the last young prospects or home grown talent that the Mets have developed into stars?
A good post from another blog, this post about pitching records with cool facts such as:
To put Seaver’s mark of 198 wins as a Mets starter in its proper place: Nelson Figueroa (or even Johan Santana) could win 20 games in each of the next nine seasons, and he’d still trail Seaver in Mets starters wins.
Lupica writes about the prices at Yankee Stadium III today – we’ll leave that for The Yankees Police….but it got us wondering about ticket prices at Citi Field (and why is Citi Field two words, and in five years will it be Something Else Field).
Anyways – uppers in Yankee Stadium II are $22 and at Shea for good games they are $35.
If Yankee III is going to charge over $100 to sit in the UPPERS behind home plate, how much do you suppose Titanium Premium Days like Opening Day will cost at Citi Field?
Another in a long series of ignoring another baseball team ever played in New York City.
“The love of the game and this city is in my DNA,” Wilpon said. “I’ve lived here all my life. People have asked me why I am building a smaller stadium . I didn’t build a smaller stadium to make money. I’m doing it because that is the way to give fans the best experience of being close, like in Ebbets Field.”
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